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AWTA Product Testing and TQRTM have joined forces to offer Textile industry clients choice in selecting the most suitable testing tier option for their business and end use application.
The laboratory offers accredited (NATA) and the TQRTM quick turnaround service to fulfil the specific needs of our clients.
The National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) has accredited and regularly audits AWTA to ensure independent assurance of technical competence. AWTA can issue reports with the NATA emblem giving clients the confidence that a high level of precision and expertise has been applied to the testing methodology reported.
As our NATA testing service is required to follow specified pre-conditioning and sampling procedures, the process is generally a little more expensive, requiring more time.
NATA link: https://www.nata.com.au/accredited-facility
TQRTM may be seen to be an accurate, but abridged alternative to NATA testing. Pre-conditioning may be forgone unless deemed necessary and fewer replicate specimens tested. In many instances, this is in no way dilutes the integrity of the results and the outcome is a quicker more cost effective service.
Why should I ask for NATA Testing?
NATA accredited test reports may be essential and even demanded by the end user depending upon the intended destination and use of the textile. NATA testing is recommended for the following:
What about TQRTM testing?
The TQRTM testing tier offers a number of benefits where the application is not quite as critical but time and money are:
Please contact our Technology Team for more information and to help you select the most suitable tier for your business. The team is also available for your technical support providing more than just a test report.
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